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Post  Bad Wolf on Thu Jul 01, 2010 9:46 pm

... well its been years since i got anything new..
im really behind the times.
what ive got at the house is my




* SNES with about 10 cartridges (including Super Mario Classics, Killer Instinct) and the
Super Scope.
* PSX with about 25 titles (including Castelvania, Mortal Kombat Trilogy, Ehrgeiz)
* Game boy Color with
about 7 cartridges (including Pacman, Lego Mission, Pokemon Gold)
* Game boy Advance SP with about 8 cartridges (including F-Zero GP Legend and Yugioh Dungeon Dice)
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a N64 (missing controllers) with 3 cartridges (including
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask)

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Post  The Master on Sat Jul 03, 2010 5:57 pm

I guess this is where I put everyone to shame Sad ... in my defense though, I am a collector of video games and video game related things, and yes I have games for all of these systems... and most aren't from this country Razz

Magnavox Odyssey (have two, one opened the other sealed and signed by the creator, he's local and i interviewed him, he also created M.A.S.K for Kenner, got some stuff signed from that too!)
Pong (a stand up arcade one)
Fairchild Channel F
RCA Studio II
Bally Astrocade
Coleco Gemini
Atari 2600
Atari 2600 Jr
Atari 2700
Atari 2800
VC 4000
Intellivision
Intellivision II
Epoch Cassette Vision
Atari 5200 SuperSystem
Atari 5100/Atari 5200 Jr
ColecoVision
Commodore Ultimax
PV-1000
Supergame VG 3000
Commodore 64
TurboGrafx-16
Atari 7800
Sega SG-1000
Sega SG-1000 II
Sega Master System
Sega Master System II
Sega Master System III
NES, Famicom, Hyundai Comboy, Steepler Dendy, Dynacom Dynavision, Pegasus, Terminator, Family Game, Samurai (all knock offs of the NES/Famicom from the around the world!)
Sharp Nintendo Television (that TV with the nintendo built into it that never sold)
Action Max
Amstrad GX4000
Sega Genesis
Sega Genesis II
Sega Genesis III
Sega 32X (Genesis Add On)
Sega CD (Genesis Add On)
SuperGrafx
Neo Geo
Neo Geo CD
Super Nintendo, Super Famicom, Super Comboy (all different versions of the same system)
Sharp Science Fiction-1 (TV with a super nintendo in it)
FM Towns Marty
CD-i
Turboduo
Super A'can
PlayStation
PlayStation 2
PlayStation 3
Sega Saturn
3DO
Amiga CD32
Casio Loopy
Pioneer LaserActive
Playdia
Atari Jaguar
Nintendo 64
Nintendo 64DD (add on to the N64, I got it cuz it sounded like boobs)
Sega Dreamcast
Nintendo GameCube
Xbox
Xbox 360
Atari Flashback 2 (console with old atari games and homebrews made for modern display)
Generation NEX (a knock off that plays both American and Japan NES games)
Nintendo Wii
Zeebo

I have an addiction eh? Sad I should note, they all do work, but at present I only have the PS3, Wii, Xbox360, Atari Flashback, Generation NEX hooked to my video gaming tv.
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